• 2014 March

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    The Mount hosts its 21st annual Health and Wellness Fair

    by Jac Bergenson Healthcare.  It’s one of the hot topics of 2014, what with the rollout of federal healthcare reforms and legislation.    With most comprehensive plans costing hundreds of dollars […]

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    Women in a Man’s World

    by Breanna Scott Policemen. Firemen. Army men. One three letter word can be found in each of these words: men. Even language reinforces stereotypes and gender inequality. We’ve made significant […]

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    Spotlight on Vinnie Carminati

    MSMC Knights: Work Hard, Play Hard by John Buckridge The game of baseball has been dubbed “America’s pastime” since it was first invented in the late 19th century. For Mount […]

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    Spotlight on Joe Henain

    MSMC Knights: Work Hard, Play Hard by John Buckridge Some talented athletes have honed their skills their entire lives: Tiger Woods, for instance, who has perfected and honed his skills […]

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    The Long Island Medium Comes Back for Another Season

    by Kristen LaMarca The sassy Long Island Medium mom who we’ve all come to love is back for her fifth season. Theresa Caputo lives in Hicksville, Long Island with her […]

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    Married at the Mount

    by Frank Tetler Mount Saint Mary College (MSMC) alumni and staff members Corri Nicoletti and John Nicoletti didn’t just meet on the MSMC campus, but Last summer, they married here […]

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    Sports Round-up: March 2 – March 23

    Men’s Baseball March 10 – MSMC def. Lancaster Bible College, 5-0 March 11 – Penn State-Harrisburg def. MSMC, 6-5 March 11 – MSMC def. Penn State-Harrisburg, 10-4 March 12 – […]

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    Executive Editor of Poughkeepsie Journal Visits MSMC Seniors

    by Christine Urio Poughkeepsie Journal Executive Editor Stu Shinske knows “transformation” is a word that will follow him through the rest of his career, no matter what he pursues. During […]

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    Fashion Trends of Spring 2014

    by Adrian Willis As warmer weather approaches and fashion week is long behind us, we have learned the new trends for this upcoming spring and summer season. Aside from the […]

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    What’s App-ening: PulsePoint

    by William Biersack According to the American Heart Association, each year approximately 383,000 cardiac arrests occur outside of the care of a hospital. If a bystander provides cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) […]

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    Healthy Choice Voice: Sneak Exercise Into Your Day

    by Jillian Torre “I’m too busy. I don’t have time.” We’ve all used this excuse to justify not working out. But lets face it, if you wanted to you could […]

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    The Tunnel with a twist

    by Katrina Avila Sexuality, self-harm, depression, body image, and eating disorders: five of the most prevalent issues that college students are facing in their daily lives. They are also five […]

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    How To: Ace the Employment Fair

    by Victoria Wresilo Students are welcomed to attend the annual Mount Saint Mary College Employment Fair hosted by the Career Center in the Kaplan gym from 1 p.m. to 4 […]

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    Music, Mashups, and Magic at MSMC? It Could Only Mean One Thing, the 2014 MSMC Talent Show!

    by Brittany Ambrosino Thursday, March 20th marked Mount Saint Mary College’s (MSMC) annual talent show sponsored by the MSMC Dance Team. The energized event took place in Hudson Auditorium. Eleven people participated in the show and talents included singing, dancing, playing musical instruments, and performing magic tricks. Raffles were held during breaks and intermission with prizes including gift certificates to […]

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    “The Walking Dead” illustrates why video games are art

    by Jac Bergenson In 2006, at the Conference on World Affairs, famed film critic Roger Ebert claimed that video games do not explore the meaning of being human the way […]